LOS ANGELES (AP) — There’s something new to binge-watch: an online collection of video interviews with the people who founded TV and those making it today.
The interviews numbering almost 900 have been collected over more than two decades by the Television Academy Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the TV academy.
On Wednesday, a new website will make the full collection, titled The Interviews: An Oral History of Television, available free to all comers.
Filmmaker Judd Apatow counts himself a fan of the archive and the in-depth interviews he calls the definitive record of people’s careers.
The interviewees represent past and present and a wide range of TV professions, from actors to executives to makeup artists.
The archive is searchable in a variety of ways, including by names, shows and topics.